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The Graduate Program in Environmental Toxicology at Clemson University was established in 1992 and has developed into a truly interdisciplinary academic program with participating faculty from the College of Science, the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, and the Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences. The program has produced numerous master’s and Ph.D. graduates who are now employed nationally and internationally at academic, industry and government agencies.
An environmental toxicologist is a scientist who uses various disciplines, including molecular biology, biochemistry, environmental chemistry, geochemistry, ecology, social sciences and computer science to determine the fate, effects and risks of toxicants
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Strong letters of recommendation from two or three references who are familiar with the applicant’s academic background.
GPA of at least 3.0 or its equivalent for previous coursework.
We look for GRE scores ≥ 150 on the verbal and math sections and ≥ 3.5 on the analytical writing section. These are guidelines; we do not outright reject students only because of poor GRE scores. Clemson’s institutional code is R51111.
For international students, we look for a TOEFL ≥ 100 or IELTS ≥ 7. Lower scoring students may be accepted with other evidence of proficiency.
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